This skeletal Day of the Dead inspired corkscrew is a fantastic way to honour the dead in your own little alcoholic way.
The Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition where once a year we celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed away with offerings of food and drink. Sugar Skulls are a big part of this tradition and thus the skulls of the Day of the Dead. Sugar Skulls sounds like a perfect excuse for some absinthe, but today the skulls are providing us with wine. Either way, lets drink!
This particular Day of the Dead steel skeleton corkscrew was created by young Mexican artist Stephanie Suarez as part of the Mexico Design Challenge run by Kikkerland, so by buying this not only are you getting a bad ass corkscrew, you are supporting budding young artists. Get into it.